Day One Day Two Day Three Day Four Day Five Shared Reading Word Practice Phonics Practice High Frequency Words Additional Resources. The House That Tony Lives In. Question of the Day. Who helps to build a house?. the man had a big hat?. T he man had a big hat. Setting.
When and where a story takes place is the setting.
We won the game!
How does an architect help build a house?
What is this woman doing? What is she working on?
Who are these people? What kinds of supplies did they deliver?
What are these people doing? What do construction workers do?
What are they doing? What kinds of things use electricity in your house?
What are they doing?Why do you need water in your house?
What are these men doing? What tools are the painters using?
What are they doing? What kind of plants do you like to see around a house?
What did these people do to help? What kind of furniture do you have in your house?
Who are these people?How many of Tony's neighbors do you see here?
How many people are in Tony's family? How many people in your family live with you?
Who is in this picture? Can you tell me how any of these people helped with Tony's house?
There are houses on both sides of Tony's house. The houses are close together. It looks like this story takes place in a neighborhood.
The people are dressed in clothes like we wear today. The houses look like they do today. The story takes place in a time like today.
Wait for me!
How do construction workers help to build a house?
Are you hungry?
I can’t believe it!
Your hair looks nice.
How does a plumber help build a house?
Let’s write sentences explaining how to build a house.
First you have to draw plans.
Then truck drivers deliver materials and tools.
Construction workers put the materials